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The Choice of Family

I’m back on the Tommy Nelson blog this month with an article called “Choosing Family this Christmas“. While a lot of people are in the midst of sharing some of their favorite memories, traditions and ways they celebrate the season, I also wanted to share another reality so many of us face during the holidays. While this is a favorite …

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Turning Passion into Profession: Tennessean Article on Nashville Bloggers

This past Sunday, I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by Jessica Bliss, I reporter for the Tennessean writing an article on Nashville Bloggers who were turning their passion into their profession. For those of you not in Nashville (or for those of you non-print readers who missed it here in the big city!), I wanted to share my section …

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Emotional Security

Most women look to men to provide security. That statement should come as no surprise. In fact, it’s been proven in many a poll. What most men don’t understand about this fact is that women define security in a very different way than men do. To most women, the security they’re seeking is emotional. Women long to be assured that …

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The Small Things are the Big Things

As parents, we often talk about giving our kids all the big things we didn’t have when we were young. Even though I frequently tell my kids they don’t need any more stuff and I privately pledge not to buy them any more “junk”, I still find myself stopping in store aisles to find ways to treat them. In fact, …

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Creating a Culture of Security with your Kids

Sitting in church, I couldn’t help but watch a mother and her young daughter sitting in front of me. The mother was stroking her little girl’s long, brown hair and she seemed to be relishing both her mother’s touch and the proximity she was experiencing. Just across the aisle, I saw a family with a teenager who shrunk into his …

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The Friend List: 7 Essential Girlfriends

There’s just something about girlfriends. Regardless of whether you’re six or sixty, a girl needs to be surrounded by her friends. As children, we invite them over for playdates to dress up and have a tea party. As teenagers, we long to reach the age to meet them at the movies or the mall. In our twenties and beyond, we …

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Time Tested Relationship Tips

I have exciting news: I’ve been asked join Blissfully Domestic as a contributing writer in the Relationship section! My first article, Time Tested Relationship Tips, debuted today and I would love to hear what you think. Don’t worry, most of my material is not from my own wisdom, but rather a collection of my own insights after interviewing and collecting …

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50 New Uses for Old Things

In days when money is tight (and when isn’t it!), it’s important to make what you have stretch as far as it can go. That may include finding new uses for things you already have! Check out this article from MSN that gives you 50 New Uses for Old Things, including new uses for aluminum foil and turning and old Twister …

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True Beauty

I’ve just updated my Devotion/Writing blog with my latest article, “True Beauty” that has appeared in The Good News of South Florida and most recently in the first issue of Miracle Magazine. Believe me, I’ve lived on every end of the spectrum of beauty (both in practice and in belief), so wherever you find yourself today, I hope this is …

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Are you properly nourished?

Are you Properly Nourished? Many people around me have recently embarked upon new, healthy eating plans. A lot of these plans seem to fail unless there is additional accountability, whether through a friend, spouse, or organization. I’ve even told my husband that I have a hard time sticking to a diet unless I have a specific plan and someone to …

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